Hey everyone here at bit-tech It's been a while since I've posted anything here in this part of the forums, but I think it's time to get working again now. Most of the mods these days are filled with awesome names, expensive hardware and stuff, but sadly this will feature none of these (maybe apart from my GFX - thanks miners) About 1½ year ago, I made myself a SFF case, 300x300x210 I believe it was, that featured a 240 mm radiator, an ATX sized PSU, full lenght graphics card - all water cooled. It was a blast, and I had a lot of fun making it, but due to not being fully satisfied with the end result I didn't post anything here. I did however learn a lot about drawing in sketchup and what to look out for, when designing your own case. Here's a picture for those interrested The case itself was fine. It was cramped, but that's the limits of the SFF. It had a custom made reservoir made from acryllic glued together, but after moving it home from a LAN, the reservoir cracked, started leaking, and now my PC is partially disassembled and not moveable. Hence I began working on a new design. I had a few things I wanted to be able to do. It had to be able to feature an ATX PSU, at least 360 + 240mm radiator space and a micro ATX board. I really wanted a custom milled midplate, hard tubing and a big reservoir milled as well. After several hours in SketchUp, I came out with a rough design that looks like this: Some more precise 2D drawing, and this was the end result The case will be made in lasercut acryllic, 5 mm for everything weightbearing, and 3 mm for the sidepanels. The reservoir and midplate will be milled in 15 mm acryllic, which will also be screwed together with the case to increase the strenght and force absorbtion throughout the parts. For those interrested in parts it'll feature the following: Processor Intel i5-4670k currently clocked at 4.6 ghz RAM 16 gb Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR3 at 1866 Mhz Motherboard Asus Maximus Gene VII Z97 PSU eVGA G2 SuperNova 850w GFX Amd Radeon Vega 56 - I won the silicone lottery with this baby. It hits 1730 Mhz on the core and 980 Mhz on the RAM on the stock 56 bios HDD/SSD 128 GB Samsung 840 for Windows 500 GB Samsuing 840 for storage Possibly a 2 TB HDD of some sort if I can find one at a good deal I visited a local fablab. I was lucky I went there with almost no other persons, so I had the lasercutter almost entirely to myself. First thing was to load up the parts in AutoCad and export to Adobe Illustrator Secondly to place the material in the cutter, and let it work its magic. I wanted to add some colour to give the case some life, and decided on making the radiator and fan mount in blue acryllic After a full day of cutting, I test-assembled the case. Everything fit together, and I could watch the fruit of my labour Next thing up is measuring for motherboard cutouts and drawing the reservoir and midplate. Then it's one more trip to the fablab to borrow their CNC-machine and get the last parts done. I also need to order sleeving and a few bits and odd ends for shortening the cables and water cooling. I hope you'll tag along in this adventure of mine!